Four horses to back at Doncaster on Friday September 10

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1.40 Doncaster Razzle Dazzle

2.10 Doncaster Amor

3.15 Doncaster Sovereign Duke each-way

3.45 Doncaster Kimifive each-way

1.40 Doncaster - Razzle Dazzle

Likely favourite Noble Truth has taken a keen hold and drifted left under pressure on all three of his starts, albeit he won at Newmarket second time up, and he's opposable in this line up, with several last-time-out winners taking him on.

Of those preference is for Richard Hannon's Razzle Dazzle, who became the second winner to emerge from what now looks a very strong Newmarket maiden - only found Haafit (blue colours) a half length too good - when returned to HQ last month.

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He could not have been more impressive on that occasion, outpacing his rivals comfortably to win by five and a half lengths, and there's surely more to come from him after just two starts.

If in the same sort of form here, he's going to prove hard to stop and he's the type to win at a higher level later in the season.

2.10 Doncaster - Amor

Hannon can land a quickfire double on the card with his Amor looking a worthy favourite for this 5f Group 2 contest run half an hour later.

While only fourth in a French Group 1 over 6f last time, things didn't pan out for him and he found himself well away from the main action when delivering his challenge, before not quite getting home in the rain softened ground.

An impressive winner of the 5f Molecomb at Glorious Goodwood on his previous start, and fifth of the 27 runners in the Windsor Castle the time before that, he's going to relish the return to the minimum trip over which he can put his speed to good use.

Ryan Moore, who is 2-2 on him, will do the steering.

Ryan Moore is 2-2 on Amor
Ryan Moore is 2-2 on Amor

3.15 Doncaster - Sovereign Duke

Henry Candy's six-year-old served notice that he was ready to win again when second in a 1m6f handicap at Sandown last month, and he'll be a good price to one better in this heat given the competitive nature of it.

A guaranteed stayer who had four runs over hurdles last winter (didn't take to that discipline), he has returned to the level well handicapped on some of his old form - he runs off 84 this afternoon having been as high as 96.

Candy, who has been amongst the winners of late, is claiming a further 5lb off his back by booking promising apprentice Saffie Osborne (6-31 in the last fortnight), so everything is in place for a big run.

Saffie Osborne has been riding plenty of winners
Saffie Osborne has been riding plenty of winners

3.45 Doncaster - Kimifive

He's on a long losing run going back to May 2019 (0-25 since) but the handicapper has at last shown Kimifive some leniency, and David Bridgwater's charge signalled he was about to take advantage when a close up third at Epsom 10 days ago.

That was much more like it from the six-year-old following some mediocre efforts earlier in the year for a different trainer, with the change of scenery clearly doing him some good.

His three wins on turf have come off marks of 78, 84 and 88 (latest) - he's been placed off higher marks too - so he really ought to be competitive here off 85 here, with the booking of William Buick also catching the eye.

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